DIY Protein Bars: 25 Simple Protein Bar Recipes For Making Quick Healthy Snacks. Learn How to Make Protein Bars in No Time (diy protein bars, protein bars, high protein snacks)

By | July 30, 2016

This book covers some proven steps and strategies on how to make your own amazing protein bars. There are 6 chapters in this book that provides with everything you need to know to get the best. This book is a result of research on protein bars and recipes currently popular all over the world. If you read this book, you will learn how to make your protein bars at home, why its beneficial, and best practices. Protein is essential for your health. You need it regardless of whether you are interested in working in a gym. If you do not get enough protein, the results can be devastating: delayed development, a weakened immune system, and poor cardio and respiratory performance are just some of the negative effects that you might experience. Protein helps you perform at your optimal level. Protein bars provide nutritional support to your body throughout your entire day. They can be made from soy, whey, or other protein bases and are mixed with other ingredients to provide your body with the nutritional support that it needs. Often, they also provide good fats and other ingredients that your body relies upon for energy and muscle support. And that’s why you need this book. In this book, we will discuss in detail how to make your own delicious and healthy protein bars.

You’ll learn things like…

  • Protein bar basics
  • Important things you should know about protein bars
  • 25 amazing DIY protein bar recipes
  • Benefits of protein bars
  • How protein bars will benefit your diet

Thanks again for reading. I hope you like it! Enjoy your DIY protein bars!

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Anonymous on 07/30/2016 at 19:08.

The author gives information for Protein bars that only need four main components for a basic protein bar: oatmeal, nut butter (such as peanut butter or almond butter), a liquid base for mixing such as almond milk, and protein powder certainly sounds easy. Other ingredients can be added for more flavor, better taste and the bars will cost less then buying them from a storeIncluded is information about what grains and proteins to use: whole grains like rolled oats, quinoa, amaranth,…

Anonymous on 07/30/2016 at 19:09.

I received this book for free in return for an honest and true review.Protein bars are the new age thing. They give you the energy and stamina you need without the sugars and other things that harm our bodies. The writer does a good job on the first few chapters explaining the purpose of this, like weight loss, The advantages of eating them, explaining protein and what is important to know. I appreciate the introduction because my knowledge on the subject is very little.When she…